Favorite Fast Food Restaurant?

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  1. BigPhi84

    BigPhi84 Pronounced "FEE"

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    If you could only eat from one fast food restaurant for the rest of your life, which would it be?



    Me, I'd probably pick Zaxby's, although Chik-fil-A would be a close second. In fact, I think I'm gonna go to Zaxby's right now! :idea:
     
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    We don't have a hell of a lot of selection here in Newfoundland. But I'd probably pick Booster Juice. Not 'cause I'm a health nut or nothin'. But my fuck, are they ever some tasty.
     
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    What counts as fast food? There's a place near me called Yaki's that does teriyaki bowls, disgustingly good deep-fried cheese-covered hotdogs, and badass burgers and sandwiches, but I only think they have two or three locations. Definitely not corporate.

    Yaki's the Original Teriyaki Bowl - Burbank - Burbank, CA
     
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    Arby's, curly fries for the win!
     
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    LOL. One of my favorite childhood jokes from The Simpsons.



    I like the Medium Arby's Roast Beef Combo with potato cakes and extra Arby Sauce. :yum:
     
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    Rally's (aka "Checkers" further south) American double melts, spicy fries, cheese dogs, chili Cheese Fries. Well I'm officially hungry. Damn it.
     
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    Taco fuckin bell
     
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    You're from So Cal and you didn't pick In-N-Out?! Shame on you! :lol:
     
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    I thought about it, and they just don't have enough variety for me to want to eat there every day for the rest of my life. As much as I love double doubles and chocolate shakes, In-N-Out doesn't do bacon and avocado or put teriyaki sauce and thousand islands dressing in a little thing to dip deep fried hotdogs in. :yum:

    On the subject of hotdogs, Oki Dog is awesome. :lol:

    http://www.sevenstring.org/forum/off-topic/122235-oki-dog-horror.html
     
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    Five guys. For the win.
     
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    JACK IN THE BOX!!!!!!!
     
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    We've only got the run-of-the-mill crap like KFC, MacDonald's, Burger King.....if I had to live off one of those for the rest of my life I expect I would chew off both my arms as an acceptable substitute.

    Or perhaps choose KFC as the lesser of the evils.
     
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    There's no fast-food Fish 'n Chips places over there? ;):lol::lol:
     
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    If you're from Tx. you know Whataburger is the best EVER!!!!:squint:
     
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    A couple but man, you can get really bored of fish and chips, even award-winning ones :lol:
     
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    You can get dressing on the side if you ask for it :p

    But I guess you're right about variety, in which case The Habit does all the things you mentioned (except deep fried hot dogs :lol: ). I actually like their fries better than In-N-Out's as well.

    This thread is making me want to eat bad, haha.
     
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    The Habit is great, but I wish that they had a few more things on the menu. It seems like there are three items: burgers, sandwiches, and salads, and the variation on each item isn't enough to really get out of your comfort zone. In-N-Out is sort of the same way, although I think that I could eat an In-N-Out burger more times in a row than I could a Habit burger.
     
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    Having visited California last summer, I'll have to go with In-N-Out Burger. :yesway:
     
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    Carl's Jr western burger. When the hell is someone going to open a Carl's closer than a 40 minute drive from my house?
     
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    Idunno, I guess it's just for me when I think of fast food places I think burgers and those 2 always hit the spot. So if I could only pick one it would most likely be one of those two because even though they're basic burger joints, they're miles ahead of large chain fast food places in terms of quality and taste.

    Though with that said I would miss the fuck out of my late night Kogi truck runs :lol: ... Black Jack Quesadillas :yum:
     

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